Putting the humble in Humble Frameworks!

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Shot some photos and a wrote little piece on Humble Frameworks for the Radavist!

A lot of people asked me why I was flying into Chicago for NAHBS this year when the show was another 5 hours away in Louisville, KY. Well… the answer was easy for me. I wanted to get the party started up north and keep it going all the way down south. There were friends to see, hot dogs and pizza to eat, bike shops to visit and dogs to be walked (my dog lives in Chicago). And last but not least I wanted to spend time driving down Interstate-65 through my home state of Indiana with Michael Catano from Humble Frameworks.

Continue reading and checkout more photos…HERE!

This videos worth watching for the music alone…

but I’d also say that this is the best Deux North video to date.

You guys definitely made the right choice by finishing the ride!

Read more about this ride and see some photographs from along the way…HERE!

The Radavist’s Guide To Austin!

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Austin may be known for keeping things weird, but even in the city’s alterna-paradise there’s one person who can get the most jaded hipster to turn his head and stare—or at least, his bikes can. Welcome to the world of John Watson, aka John Prolly, aka founder of The Radavist, the source for all things bike culture and adventure related and perhaps the closest thing that the cycling world has to an internet celebrity…

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God! I love that town!

Frank Zappa likes bikes…

he even plays bikes!

1982 Pacific Crest Trail Poach !

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About a year ago my friend Jeff Traugott sent me these photos. They were all taken by a fellow Santa Cruzan, “Rat” aka Bob Landry. I held onto them while looking for the right time to share them and so when Bicycle Times Magazine asked me to photograph Jeff for their Issue 33 I figured now is as good a time as any. Jeff has an immense history on the bicycle, but if you read the article in Bicycle Times you will learn he is an incredible Luthier, making guitars one at a time for world renowned guitar players. Below is the contents of Jeff’s first email to me which included the photos, and then I decided to ask him a couple follow up questions. This is all unedited, I only inserted a few clarifying names in brackets…

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Thanks for sharing Brian!

p.s. Always Tread Lightly!